The transfer window is shut and the international break behind is us.
After their first league win of the campaign v West Brom, the Reds look forward to a busy September that kicks off with a visit to St. Andrews and a strengthened Birmingham City.
Birmingham proved to be tough opponents for all of the Big Four last season, earning draws with each and finishing an unexpected ninth. Looking to build on that in the 2010-11 season, Birmingham had a busy summer adding Ben Foster from Manchester United ,and Arsenal old boy, Alexander Hleb (among others).
Liverpool's new boss Roy Hodgson had a busy summer himself, and the Reds look certain to improve on last years disappointing seventh-place finish. Along with holding on to the likes of Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres, Hodson added some much needed fresh blood by picking up Joe Cole, Christian Poulsen, Danny Wilson, Raul Meireles, and Paul Konchesky.
With Birmingham looking to snag another point or three off Liverpool, and Liverpool needing another win to keep their season on track, Roy will no doubt be looking to some of his new faces to make an immediate impact as well as his core of stars to step up.
Here's five Liverpool players to keep an eye on when the action kicks off Sunday.